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so I was disappointed in the black rock tires I got last week so I ordered some I knew that do great around my area. kenda executioners. 27x10 r12, 27x12 r 12 sitting on stock rims
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so I mounted and they look great

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going to try them out this weekend and see how much my dad can keep up this time. and my winch is getting installed tomorrow.
 
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I will be waiting with baited breath as that is pretty much the same weight as my mudwolf's with the stock rims.......on my future Pioneer of course. If they work for you with no highly discernible loss of lower end torque, that will make me a happy man and will save me buying lighter tires such as BH-2.0's (which I really like). Hopefully there are some challenging hills and deep/steep ditches for the trial.:)
 

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oh itll be tested in some soupy stuff. the black rocks did great in every aspect but the mud. I had these on my Rincon before and it almost would sling mud so figured with the gear difference these should be about to the limit of the pioneer for all lock and rooster tails that is.
 

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ill try to get some video of them in action
 

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I have a set of those on my Rubicon. They wear excellent pull excellent but they are no good going around the side of the bank they will slide over the hill.
 

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they do good around my area grey and red clay with sand mix and lil limestone here and there. iv never had them slide on hardish ground but im going to put them through there paces saturday
 

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Just rode mine in the snow today aprox 5inches if I didn't keep momentum they would slide down hill. But like I always say when in doubt ream it out
 

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Just rode mine in the snow today aprox 5inches if I didn't keep momentum they would slide down hill. But like I always say when in doubt ream it out
good to know they do good in the snow. it don't snow down here and if it does its only enough to cover the ground
 

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correction we got 2 and half inches today and made absolutely no difference for the executioners.
 

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How was the power loss? Did it seem sluggish? Aren't these tires kinda heavy?
 

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Not sure of the exactly when, but he said he was going to put them through the paces this weekend sometime, so I reckon there is nothing to report yet
 

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loaded on the trailer right now and yes they are heavy 31/36 if im not mistaken tires alone. it still gets to 45 and pretty quick still takes a lil more petal to start but not much. im headed out to the woods today
 

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I almost ordered the executioners as well. Interested in hearing more on performance. Don't care about snow that much.
 

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They went through every hole I put them through even 1 my buddy tyrex on 28 mudlights and a low gear got stuck
 

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Do those 27" tires rub at all or do they clear pretty good?
even bajaing and bottoming out the front shocks iv never had them rub. I do recommend going 8 and 10 wide though to help with weight and mud inside
 
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